With help from the accessible art platform Avant Arte, Tom Sachs has turned the Too Darn Hot NFT from his Rocket Factory collection into silkscreen prints.

"I remember when I first met him in 2019, I visited his studio and we discussed doing a print together," Avant Arte co-founder Christian Luiten said. "Three years later, we're collaborating on an insane print — the first print Tom's worked on in 3 years and the first related to the Rocket Factory."

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Like the NFT, which is currently housed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Too Darn Hot print features the Frankenrocket blasting off with its Cup Noodles-tail, Chanel body, and Trojan nose (it doesn't get any cheekier than a condom brand on a rocket's tip).

Sealed with Sachs' famed signature and an indented stamp, the print also totes a few hidden treasures for NFT heads.

Sachs fans who own UV lights, your time has come. With the tool, a hidden QR code comes to light, providing a link to the LACMA's Too Darn Hot NFT.

Meanwhile, a holographic sticker on the back of the print leads to a second QR code, which authenticates the print and supplies collectors with an on-chain Certificate of Authenticity.

These disguised details aren't only gifts that keep on giving but also authenticate the print as a Sachs original.

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Sachs' Too Darn Hot Frankenrocket was the first NFT to be included in a major museum, thanks to LACMA who gladly welcomed the non-fungible token under its wing.

LACMA's acquisition of Sachs' NFT posed as essentially one of the kickoffs to Rocket Factory, which launched in 2021 as a "trans-dimensional manufacturing plant," as defined by Sachs.

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Basically, through Rocket Factory, fans create new NFTs from existing ones, resulting in these crossbred — in this case, cross-brand — rocket artworks called "Frankenrockets."

With LACMA showing support and acknowledging Sachs' NFT as art, Sachs gladly returns the favor by donating 40% of proceeds from the Too Darn Hot print sales to LACMA.

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It's no secret that Tom Sachs shares a deep love for space, evident with his many exhibitions, Nike collaborations, and even his very own spacecraft.

The Rocket Factory and these accompanying prints — which launch on November 2 on Avant Arte's website for €750 (approx. $747) — simply expand on his admiration for the final frontier and his growing appreciation for the on-chain sphere.

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